A little help here, again?

[EDIT: Several wonderful angels came through. Thank you so much!]

Twice now I’ve asked you guys for help about this: when I go to the Minnesota state missing persons page and try clicking on any of their PDF posters, I get an error message. I’ve tried my PC, Michael’s PC, my Kindle Fire and my iPhone and get the same stupid error message each time.

Y’all came through and sent me PDFs I can read of the posters, but there are some new ones now. So can you come through again? Pretty please with a cherry on top?

Specifically, I need the ones on the following list. (And yes, I know that many of those on this list are already on Charley; it’s just that I haven’t seen the Minnesota state posters for them, and I want to make sure I don’t miss anything.)

  • Noel Dalluge
  • Theodore Dengerud
  • Kevin Ellsworth
  • Donna Ingersoll
  • John Jacobson
  • Sandra Jacobson
  • Kyle David Jansen
  • Christopher Kerze
  • Daniel Klein
  • David Klein
  • Kenneth Klein
  • Kenneth Scott Kleppen
  • Janet Kramer
  • Hang Lee
  • Daniel Patrick Maleska
  • Victoria Owczynsky
  • Barbara Paciotti
  • April Pease
  • Eric Peterson
  • Sharice Pollard
  • James Tennison
  • William Underhill

13 thoughts on “A little help here, again?

  1. Brooke September 24, 2016 / 3:32 pm

    Meaghan: Try this, when you get the pdf that has the error message, use the “download” button and save the file to your computer as a pdf file. (FYI – the preview will look like the error page). Then right-click the saved pdf and open with Adobe Acrobat Reader. I was able to see William Underhill’s missing poster that way. I would gladly do them all for you but I am heading out in a few minutes.

  2. Brooke September 24, 2016 / 3:34 pm

    Oh, and apparently the error message comes from the way the original pdf was set up and posted. So it’s not us… 🙂

  3. Kat September 24, 2016 / 8:14 pm

    OT- How did the interview go last night?

  4. Kat September 24, 2016 / 11:12 pm

    Also, I’m trying out that Minnesota MP page and I’m having no issues seeing the posters. At most it just asked me to run a control on Adobe. Not sure what I should do now, is sending this link help? I’m useless with computers……

    Click to access dallugenoel.pdf

    I mean, I know it is still pdf, but I’m able to see all these or access them so far, not sure how I can make YOU see them, ya know? I probably have a much older version of Adobe.

  5. michael w. September 25, 2016 / 5:30 am

    Kevin Ellsworth, now what was certainly a bizarre case. Does the “Come with me to Heaven” statement indicate suicide? Did he die in the fire? Did he piss off someone at the union hall and they did him in? So many possibilities.

  6. michael w. September 25, 2016 / 6:34 am

    Okay, Christopher Kerze, now that was another strange one. Seems like runaway, but who runs away while legitimately sick from school? And could a 17 year old kid have successfully engineered his disappearance and remain hidden for 26 years? I’m assuming he didn’t have much in the way of cash or goods on him,

    • Meaghan September 25, 2016 / 11:56 am

      I wonder whether he was “legitimately” sick or was only pretending to be sick that day. Any self-respecting kid knows several different ways to get out of their responsibilities by convincing an adult they are sick.

      As for the whole runaway thing, the fact that his vehicle was abandoned is what puzzles me. Why would a runaway abandon their car? And — I don’t know much about Minnesota geography, so if I’m wrong feel free to correct me — it appears to have been left in the middle of nowhere.

  7. michael w. September 25, 2016 / 6:35 am

    Oh yeah, and I’m relatively sure Kerze was one of the kids in the Soul Asylum music video for “Runaway Train”

    • forthelost September 25, 2016 / 11:13 am

      Yes. Byron Page, Wilda Benoit, Martha Dunn, and Thomas Gibson are in it too. They are the only ones still missing.

      • lz September 25, 2016 / 12:17 pm

        There was another version with Aundria Bowman in it, right?

  8. michael w. September 25, 2016 / 4:15 pm

    Yeah, there are 2 versions of the music video, I remember that.

  9. Kat September 25, 2016 / 8:03 pm

    I never cared for Soul Asylum, then or now, I was in high school then, and that video is entrenched in my mind for all time. It is one video I will never, ever forget. Made a big splash at the time too. Social spotlight kind of thing. I still hear that song and flash right back.

  10. michael w. September 26, 2016 / 2:52 am

    I like Soul Asylum. “Misery” was another one of their big hits back in the day.

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